The scientific pursuit of underwater hamster objectivism
You are officially my hero!!
Needs more hamster plasmids.
You should hook up mini speakers, add more hamsters, and play a reading of Atlas Shrugged on loop
I think you mean Ratlas Snuggled.
Maybe you should set this up Inside a [The] Whale... no?
Way to go man, we are so close to the future of undersea hamster domination.
Congrats on the successful Mission!
Sweet! Funding permitting, you should set up a water proof camera (There's an "action cam" by oregon scientific for not too expensive) outside the habitat to monitor what's going on outside.
On behalf of my girlfriend and I, I congratulate you on your monumental success in this landmark undersea hamster colonization research project. We hope that your stirring example will inspire future generations of young hamsternauts. It is endeavors like this that ensure the bright and prosperous future of homo-rodentia-kind.Thank you.Seattle, 2010.
This is amazing...After seeing this video I have full confidence in you. Initially, I thought this would just be an exercise in animal cruelty, but those fears were partially assuaged by the precautions you were taken.Now, after seeing brave MegaFucker so nonchalantly going about his hamsterish business, I now completely believe that hamsters can colonize the depths. Megafucker has gone on missions to the bottom of bathtubs, pools, and now the lake. He is ready to go where no ham has gone before.
You should put a thermometer down there, if you plan to let the habitacle under there for a prolonged time period. As you could alway pre-heat the air going out of the pump
@Nick: temperature didn't seem to be an issue. I included a heating pad but the hamster never used it, probably because the water was quite warm.
I am not one knowledgable on how hamsters behave, but was there any marked differences between the rugged industrialist's behavior on the surface with beneath the ocean?